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Madera Man Sentenced For Attempted 1st Degree Murder

MADERA – Carlos Maldonado, 37, of Madera, was sentenced to State Prison last week for attempted first degree murder, and three additional felony counts of assault with a firearm, together with special allegations for personal use of a firearm and great bodily injury, according to District Attorney Michael R. Keitz.

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Find A Treasure, Support the Community Center

OAKHURST – Mountain Community Women (MCW) has a single mission – to support the Oakhurst Community Center – and they are getting ready to put on their biggest fundraiser of the year. MCW will host their annual Flea Market/Boutique & Rummage Sale on Apr. 27, indoors at the Oakhurst Community Center.

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Audubon Society Presents Climate Change Workshop

Contributed by Guest Columnist Len McKenzie – The only constant in nature, it’s been said, is change, and survival requires adapting to it. As musician Bob Dylan wrote, “The times, they are a-changin’,” and so, too, is the earth’s climate, in both subtle and dramatic ways that threaten the long-term habitability of this planet and the survival of many species.

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Local Matters – Olde Soles And New Technology

Sold Globally, Made Locally: Walk A Mariposa Mile In Nativearth Footwear MARIPOSA – They’re ramping up into the busiest time of year at family owned and operated Nativearth Footwear. April marks the beginning of festivals season and other events where the handmade shoes are sold. The local firm has 10 in-house employees, some of whom will be representing Nativearth every ...

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Biomass Project Would Bring Jobs To North Fork

NORTH FORK – The proposed biomass plant at the old mill site was just one of the issues discussed at the Town Hall meeting hosted by District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler at the Mono Rancheria Community Center in North Fork on Thursday, Mar. 28. Community Development Council (CDC) president Dan Rosenberg shared details of the project, which is the first ...

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Venue Change For Easter Egg Hunt Saturday

OAKHURST -The venue for Saturday’s Easter Egg hunt sponsored by the Children’s Museum of the Sierra has changed. The event was originally to be held at Oakhurst Community Park, but with the chance of rain entering the forecast this weekend, event organizers thought it best to relocate.

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Hite Cove Wildflower Hike- Part 1

Hite Cove Hike With Wildflowers & The Mining Ghost Town of HiteFamous for its wildflowers and ghost town, this springtime hike is a must see for its annual California Poppy display. Although the entire hike is about 8 miles, the best poppy viewing is within the first mile or so. Mid March through April is prime viewing time and the ...

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Red Cross Celebrates Real Heroes

CALIFORNIA – Each year the American Red Cross honors “Real Heroes” at Red Cross chapters across the country. The benevolent acts of these heroes embody the true spirit of the mission of the Red Cross: prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies. In your darkest hour, a stranger comes to your rescue; the quick steps of a ...

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Biomass Project Meetings In North Fork

NORTH FORK – The North Fork Community Development Council (NFCDC) in partnership with the Yosemite/Sequoia Resource Conservation and Development Council (Y/SRC&DC) and a diverse project team, are moving forward with planning efforts to construct a 1MW bioenergy generation facility at the town’s former Mill Site. The project is a strategic step to producing green energy and finding economic uses for ...

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Master Guitarist Performs At Coolwater, Offers Classes

AHWAHNEE – If you missed the last house concert at the Coolwater Ranch, you have another opportunity on Mar. 23. Michael Chapdelaine will be the next performer in a spectacular lineup this season at the ranch. Owner Robin Ralston has made it her mission to provide top-flight musicians for the mountain area community, and this next concert certainly lives up ...

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